Before our trip to the states, I had asked Buddha Girl whether the Eagles Buffet at the Tulalip Casino was okay, and she said that the food wasn't really to their tastes -- but it was still worth a try. With that in mind, we still went there since we never actually had the buffet there before.
There was a short line for the buffet, and we ended up waiting around 25 minutes or so. The picture above was taken a whiles after, but we joined the end of the line near the person with the burgundy sweater. Dinner on all days except Tuesdays, are $18.95, with a discount for those 50 and above. Tuesdays are seafood night at $24.95. How come I read some other bloggers' posts and they say its $10.99? Was that for lunch or dinner? Did they increase the price that much?
The Eagles Buffet is not very separate from the casino itself, unlike Salt and Pepper Cafe at Starlight Casino. This means you can practically see the slot machines over the short divider and you will smell smoke. Not that appetizing, but it was bearable.
|Chinese food, including sweet and sour pork, fried rice, and noodles|
|Seafood selection was not that great|
I didn't bother with the pizzas either.
They also have a Mongolian grill, where you can pick your vegetables, meat, and noodles to be stir-fried right in front of you. I didn't order it, but this was my papa's. Although it smelled really good, I had a taste and it was rather bland.
And the best part -- desserts! I have to admit I didn't try a lot because I was really full by the time I went for it. I did try the cheesecake though and it wasn't as hard as I had expected (more cheese!) I didn't try anything else, sadly. They also have an ice cream bar. Included in the $18.95 are drinks, where you can choose from coffee, tea, or pop.
10200 Quil Ceda Blvd